Sextech, Porn and the Law

A glimpse into the future of sex and sexuality and its regulatory framework. Recorded at the SexTech Porn and the Law event hosted at the Engadget offices on 10 October 2017. WARNING: Contains discussion of sexual themes and very explicit language.

WARNING: Contains discussion of sexual themes and very explicit language


Chair: Daniel Cooper, Senior Editor, Engadget

Panellists:
  • Dr Kate Devlin:  officially “Senior Lecturer in the Department of Computing at Goldsmiths, University of London”, unofficially probably the UK’s leading expert on sex robots
  • Sarah Jamie Lewis: internationally renowned anonymity & privacy researcher 
  • Pandora Blake: feminist pornographer, sex worker and sexual freedom campaigner (Warning: this link is probably not safe for work)
  • Neil Brown: lawyer with a disappointingly dull biog compared with the others. Managing Director of decoded:Legal
The speakers discuss issues of privacy, legal and business issues in sextech and online pornography, offering a glimpse into the future of sex and sexuality and its regulatory framework including.
  • A history of sextech, and a look at current and future developments
  • An examination of privacy and security implications of sextech, and the risk of re-identifiability
  • An introduction to the laws governing the production and online dissemination of pornography
  • A look at the range of legal issues affecting the manufacture and sale of sextech

Running time: 83 minutes approx

Published: 2017-11-14T10:30:00

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